Articles by Hayley Cox

Hayley Cox

Hayley Cox is the Chimes Features Co-Editor for the 2014-2015 school year. She is a Writing/History major from Northern California. As a full blown geek, she spends her free time keeping up on everything Marvel, Lord of the Rings, or Star Trek related. She hopes to make Chimes a forum for discussion among students and faculty alike, and is a welcome friend at any Friday lunch.

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Dance Guild impresses despite lower attendance

Despite publicity errors, Dance Guild pulled off another successful show this weekend. This semester’s theme was “Ha...

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Eigege and Sterenberg win student senate elections

After a record-setting race, junior Jonathan Eigege and junior Laura Sterenberg narrowly won the student senate executiv...

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Rangeela performance helps audience ‘see beyond the veil’

Rangeela Unveiled opened with a video proclaiming, “Often, shows like these try to amaze the audience with exotic acts...

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Annual sem pond jump has record participation, a few scrapes and bruises

This year, on the 16th anniversary of the Cold Knight plunge, roughly 650 students jumped into the frozen seminary pond,...

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Committee votes to open library on Sundays, but future uncertain

The Hekman Library Committee unanimously voted to open the library on Sundays for a trial period this spring semester, b...

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Preliminary evaluations suggest First Year Seminar was a success

The First Year Seminar (FYS) data is in, and while an official evaluation is still in the works, preliminary evaluations...

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Bike thefts, locker room thefts and thefts from vehicles dwindle as police make progress

This semester has seen a high number of thefts — bikes, valuables from lockers rooms and thefts from vehicles — but...

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Le Roy adds Hulst, Loyd-Paige to create first female-majority cabinet

At the beginning of the year, President Le Roy expanded his cabinet to include staff additions of chaplain Mary Hulst an...

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Unlearning perspectives on race

Slavery ended over a century ago. Civil rights movements succeeded decades ago. Racism is dead. Isn’t it? This misconc...

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Student life restructure connects student programs

Just before the start of the school year, Shirley Hoogstra, vice president for student life, made several changes to the...